From 1953, Disney's Peter Pan is an older cartoon that we grew to love fondly as children. The boy who would never grow up, Captain Hook and cute little Tinkerbelle were certainly a big part of our childhood. However viewing this movie now, as mid 30s women, we're somewhat troubled by its misogynistic overtones and racist portrayal of Native Americans! Nearly 70 years later, Disney has realized that the movie is pretty racist in its depiction of Native Americans, and has a nice little disclaimer to note this when the film begins, which is all well and good, but where does that leave us with Peter Pan? We sure enjoyed the nostalgic jolt to our system and Nana will always be the best character in the movie. We'll talk about how Wendy gets treated like crapola the entire movie but is still pretty bad ass, what exactly is the relationship between Tink and Peter, and why the hell that crocodile can never finally swallow Captain Hook?